Top Conspiracy Theorist Anthony Hilder, Known for Producing 1967 Illuminati-CFR Myron C. Fagan Series, Passes Away
Before Alex Jones, William Cooper and now countless others who have adopted the current conspiracy pop culture, there was Anthony J. Hilder. Hilder passed due to health complications according to an inside source, as well as Wikipedia, who has also proclaimed him diseased as of April 26, 2019.
Anthony Hilder maybe most well known for producing one of the most sought after conspiracy vinyl record collections to date, Illuminati-CFR – featuring Actors Cinema Education Guilds, Myron C. Fagan. The information exposed in the series brought to light how secret societies may work and the powers behind them.
He was one of the pioneers of the Illuminati and New World Order conspiracies which has saturated our modern day entertainment industry and conspiracy culture. He encouraged Myron C. Fagan to record his knowledge in his waining years, Wikipedia states:
“Hilder approached Myron Fagan a playwright-director for information. He urged Fagan who was nearly 80 to pass on his knowledge of the CFR, Illuminati and its new world order plans so it could be preserved. In 1967, the result was an album called The Illuminati CFR. According to the book by Mark Jacobson, Pale Horse Rider: William Cooper, the Rise of Conspiracy, and the Fall of Trust in America, it was recorded at a studio where Hilder normally recorded the surf-rock groups. It was released as a 3 record set that Hilder produced.”
He then went on to record a influential video in conspiracy culture titled millennium 2000, filmed in 1993, with Jordan Maxwell and Terry Cook in which he professed “the American dream is over” and that an “oligarchy of evil has taken over.”
Hilder also was one of 8 keynote speakers at William Coopers funeral whom the mainstream media recently crowned him as the “Godfather of Conspiracy.”
Hilder, born in California, early on was a movie actor and a music producer. Early on Hilder had a role in the 1958 sci-fi film, The Hideous Sun Demon which was directed by Tom Boutross and Robert Clarke. According to Who Put the Bomp magazine, Hilder was responsible for more local surf music being recorded and released than any other individual.